define Via Media and how the essay shows that Elizabeth I in charge of the New Church of England (after her father Henry VIII split from the Catholic Church) represented or not a Via Media.

In the Introduction I need you to define Via Media and how the essay shows that Elizabeth I in charge of the New Church of England (after her father Henry VIII split from the Catholic Church) represented or not a Via Media.

I have a new theology and history essay for you. The title is:
Did Elizabeth I’s Church of England represent a via media?

I need 2500 words. This is a history essay for theology. It asks us to comment on whether the Church of England was a Via media and support our decision

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This is another one needing DEEP RESEARCH AND THINKING

You need to understand what Via Media means, did Elizabeth I church represent a Via Media? What are the reasons for and what reasons against and an intelligent thinking conclusion as to whether we believe it did or didn’t – it’s going to take research and thinking.

This is a history essay but church orientated still written as a theology essay. Is this all understood? Thank you

 

Ensure there are counter arguments; what others have said in support and against her church as a Via Media and what we are saying

The Elizabethan Settlement

Establishing the reformed Church of England

 

New bench of bishops

Act of Supremacy (1559)

Act of Uniformity (1559)

Thirty-Nine Articles (1571)

Second Book of Homilies (1571)

 

John Jewel’s Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae (1562)

John Foxe’s Acts and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Days (1563)

Richard Hooker’s Lawes of Ecclesiastical Polity (1594-97)

 

An Anglican Via Media?

Catholic Challenge

 

Recusants (from recusare, to refuse)

Papal excommunication (1570)

 

Catholic Plots

  • Northern Rebellion (1569)
  • Ridolfi Plot (1571)
  • Throckmorton Plot (1583)
  • Babington Plot (1586)
  • Spanish Armada (1588)

 

Catholic Missionaries

  • Draconian legislation
  • Execution of 130 priests, 60 laity
  • Hanged, drawn and quartered (punishment for treason)

 

  • Cuthbert Mayne (1577)
  • Edmund Campion (1581)
  • Margaret Clitherow (1586)
  • Oxford quartet (1589)
Puritan Challenge

 

Petition to Convocation (1563)

  • Holy days
  • Sign of the cross at baptism
  • Kneeling at Lord’s Supper
  • Vestments
  • Pipe organs

 

Admonition to Parliament (1572)

  • ‘purity’ in preaching
  • ‘simplicity’ in sacraments
  • ‘severity’ in discipline

 

Vestiarian Controversy

  • Enforcement of surplice
  • Abp Parker’s Advertisements (1565)
  • Beginnings of ‘nonconformity’

 

Preaching Controversy (‘Prophesyings’)

  • Bible teaching classes
  • Modelled on Zurich’s Prophezei
  • Abp Grindal under house arrest

 

 

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In the Introduction I need you to define Via Media and how the essay shows that Elizabeth I in charge of the New Church of England (after her father Henry VIII split from the Catholic Church) represented or not a Via Media. I have a new theology and history essay for you. The title is: […]



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